News sites in Nigeria have been circulating the false reports.
Online posts falsely use image of Spanish politician as allegedly asking the acclaimed footballers to find pandemic
The US President and hopeful Biden have falsely been quoted about COVID-19 on a line from the American writer's letters.
The Tagalong language social media posts are completely baseless and counter the World Health Organistion reports.
BOOM found that the images are from June 2019 and unrelated in any way to the ongoing lockdown.
Posts with patent numbers attributed to the US & Europe on the virus and vaccine respectively, are for unrelated
The claim that 500 body bags of COVID-19 victims were delivered to a skating rink outside Adelaide has been shared...
The photos shared in the posts are unrelated and use a boy from a viral video with images of vaping illness patients.
BOOM found that the scene was clipped from a 2019 web series on YouTube.
The video with the false claim originally captured donations for victims of the earthquake in Turkey in January 2020.
Emergency response staff say the ventilators stock from the photo were sent to hospitals within 24 hours of their...
Japanese scientists are testing a new drug, while Phillipines authorities have warned against the online misinformation.